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dex14 01-25-19 06:40 PM

Tenet (2020, D: Christopher Nolan) Washington, Pattinson, Debicki
 

Christopher Nolan's next movie is slowly coming into focus.

Warner Bros. announced Friday that Nolan's next film will open in Imax on July 17, 2020.

The project is described as an event film, but nothing else is known about Nolan’s latest venture. The writer-director has a propensity for secrecy, writing his scripts away from any prying eyes. Furthermore, he is of such a stature that he can attract the actors he wants, package his project with thespians and then present it to a studio with what amounts to a simple yes or no question: Are you in or are you out?

The filmmaker is coming off of the World War II film Dunkirk, which won three Academy Awards and earned the filmmaker his first best director Oscar nomination. The Warner Bros. film grossed $526.9 globally.

The release date makes sense for Nolan, who has a predisposition for July releases. Of the filmmaker’s last five movies, four have opened in that mid-July sweet spot, including 2008's The Dark Knight, 2010's Inception, 2012's The Dark Knight Rises and 2017's Dunkirk. Interstellar was the exception, opening in November of 2014. There are a few other films also slated to open on July 17, 2020: Paramount's SpongeBob Movie and Fox's Bob's Burgers. Disney's Jungle Cruise, starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt, opens up a week later on July 24, 2020.

Nolan is currently more than 20 years into his directing career. After releasing his $6,000 feature, Following, in 1998, he broke out with 2000's Memento, which earned him and his brother, Jonathan Nolan, screenplay Oscar nominations. He went on to carve out a reputation for crafting cerebral blockbusters that have also included 2002's Insomnia and 2006's The Prestige.
https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/he...aH8KCDMLcptD4U

Mabuse 01-25-19 07:15 PM

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The rumor is that it’s something about the porn industry.

dex14 01-25-19 07:30 PM

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Originally Posted by Mabuse (Post 13488903)
The rumor is that it’s something about the porn industry.

That was a blind item that was posted a year ago. People were guessing it was about Nolan, but there wasn’t really any evidence of it. I swore we had a discussion here about it, but couldn’t find a thread. It sounded like bullshit but who knows. I think it was more than just the porn industry.

Edit: this was it. If it ends up being true I’ll merge.

Spoiler:
Today's Blind Items - That Secret Movie - A Himmmm Blind

This is a tough one to write, simply for the challenge of not giving it away and damaging anything before it happens. It's amazing it has been kept this quiet for so long, but I'm sure it'll leak out after the Oscars. Anything this big is bound to. Like the old saying goes: "If you want to keep a secret between three people in Hollywood – two of them better be dead". No, there's no murders or deaths surrounding this film, yet. But the story it is based on sure had plenty.

What I'm talking about is a movie. A big movie that will be one of those rarities that is both Oscar lure and box office success. A+ list all the way, big budgets, big talent, and every A+ list actress/actor in the industry wanting to be a part of it. The secrecy around it is unlike anything in history. They're not even using a fake name as cover, it's totally off-book. Right now, they have more attorneys involved in this project than filmmakers, crew, or elements. Maybe the first time in history a Hollywood studio has employed publicists to PREVENT people from knowing about it. They even hired social media ninjas to comb the internet to shoot down and remove mentions of it. I even wonder if it'll stay long on CDAN. I've not seen this much secrecy on a film since Jurassic Park. Even Avengers, or Star Wars Force Awakens wasn't this paranoid. So why all the fuss?

It's a porno.
This movie is about one very specific female actress who was known mainly in the 1980s era of porn. It is a biopic in that sense. But her fame was such in her time that she crossed over to more mainstream top-shelf publications, and even television interviews. Possibly the most beautiful all-American girl next door to ever have a hardcore career. If you're thinking it is (former underage porn star) you would be wrong. But she's a featured character in it too. Thing is, the star of the story disappeared. Vanished into thin air after her last film. Not vanished dead, because she went on to have a different life. She went to law school, became an attorney, changed her name and had a nice family. Typical soccer mom, Sunday-school teacher, holly homemaker type. Until a few years ago when she was contacted by people who represented the last big mafia family.

They were looking to sell their holdings in porn to a legit media company for big bucks. Problem is, she was one of their most popular stars and she had a unique contract in her day (which allegedly she co-wrote herself back then with her law professor). She quit and vanished from porn due to the mob taking over her porn studio, and killing many of the owners of it. Years later, turns out she was owed millions in back royalties – and her contract was still legally enforceable. The legit media buyers wouldn't proceed without her signature on a new contract; or her accepting a settlement; or…her death certificate. Yep. The mob had to either pay her or kill her. Which was tricky to do, because even if they found her – the FBI still wanted to bring her in as a witness against the mob hits of her bosses. Then it got ugly for her, and turned into quite a ride. Turns out, she lived and prevailed. Using her brilliance instead of her body. But it was one hell of a bumpy ride.

Best of all? It was ALL TRUE. It resulted in the FBI actually getting plea deals with mobsters; clearing 30 year-old mob hit murders; and solving money laundering cases worth tons of money globally. The legit media company got the old porn library titles and reaped a billion from it. And it all really happened. She also got her money, and peace.

It's one of the best scripts to come through Hollywood in decades, and has an amazing role for the lead actress. Best of all it includes life rights, and the lady ex-porn star's willingness to promote it. It is a package that includes documentaries, media stories, and specials. The studio that bought it agreed to use cross-promotion synergy from many of their media divisions to tell her story. In any era of the entertainment industry it would be a welcome change for such great material and a big project. But, as you all know – this isn't any era. It is a very sensitive era, especially telling women's stories, porn stories, and having lots of sex and nudity on a project.
The producers got the best director (A lister who had a very good 2017) for this project. As picky as he is, he jumped at this project. He's not known for his heartfelt movies, but with this script and his recent hit (___________) he's given wide berth. He's one of the few that could be trusted with this material, and do it proper without risk of any problems derailing it. The studio used this project as bait to try and lure him to other projects (his old project), but he won't commit to those. Meanwhile, the studio and director have held semi-formal casting sessions very, very, very secretly.

https://forum.dvdtalk.com/movie-talk...-pornstar.html

Mike86 01-25-19 07:44 PM

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I like Nolan so I’m interested in seeing what this will be. Dunkirk didn’t exactly wow me though.

devilshalo 01-25-19 07:46 PM

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So it's not Traci Lords... but I can't think of another that was a crossover from that era with all that history.

Mabuse 01-25-19 07:57 PM

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Read the old thread. It’s Staci Donovan.

GoldenJCJ 01-25-19 08:15 PM

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Would a film about the porn industry be considered “an event film”?

That blind item also made it sound like the script was already out and making its rounds when the OP makes it sound like Nolan has kept his script completely under wraps.

RichC2 01-25-19 09:32 PM

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It's Nolan. Apparently the big wigs are still baffled by Interstellar and Dunkirk doing as well as they did, so he could probably shoot an actual $100m porno right now and still be fully funded with no argument.

Why So Blu? 01-25-19 11:57 PM

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I'm in.

Decker 01-26-19 11:31 AM

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:shrug: I only came here to see what snarky Nolan-bashing comment sven had posted here but discovered that yesterday's Nolan bashing sven post was put in the Movie that Changed Movies Forever thread instead. Color me disappointed.

fumanstan 01-26-19 04:41 PM

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Can we just auto-suspend him when he inevitably can't resist thread crapping here?

stvn1974 01-26-19 04:41 PM

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Originally Posted by Decker (Post 13489188)
:shrug: I only came here to see what snarky Nolan-bashing comment sven had posted here but discovered that yesterday's Nolan bashing sven post was put in the Movie that Changed Movies Forever thread instead. Color me disappointed.

I hadn't planned on commenting in this thread because I don't plan on ever seeing this film. I haven't seen Dunkirk and have given up on Nolan.

If I was going to make a snarky comment I would write that this film will probably just be a bunch of scenes of exposition strewn together with Hans Zimmer's music blaring so loud that you can't understand half of it... but I won't.

dex14 03-05-19 01:17 PM

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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">DoP Hoyte van Hoytema is planning to re-team with Christopher Nolan on his upcoming production scheduled to begin filming this June. The Warner Bros. feature is described as a romantic thriller, NORTH BY NORTHWEST in tone meets INCEPTION...more at <a href="https://t.co/hPqNyEDRAu">https://t.co/hPqNyEDRAu</a> <a href="https://t.co/vJWAbSROGw">pic.twitter.com/vJWAbSROGw</a></p>&mdash; Production Weekly (@prodweek) <a href="https://twitter.com/prodweek/status/1102990235569405952?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">March 5, 2019</a></blockquote> <script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>

devilshalo 03-19-19 03:42 PM

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John David Washington to Star in Christopher Nolan’s Next Film (EXCLUSIVE)
By JUSTIN KROLL Justin Kroll

Christopher Nolan has tapped “BlacKkKlansman’s” John David Washington to star in his next “event film,” sources tell Variety.

Nolan recently finished the script for the movie and Warner Bros. quickly dated it for July 17, 2020 — a slot the studio often reserves for the director, most recently with “Dunkirk.”

The gig has become one of the more highly coveted in town, even though most of the industry has been kept in the dark about who has been meeting for the role and what the movie is even about.

The plot details under lock and key. One insider described the pic as a massive, innovative, action blockbuster, which will again be shown in Imax.

Nolan is also producing along with his partner Emma Thomas. Production is set to commence later this year.

After breaking out in Dwayne Johnson’s hit HBO series “Ballers,” Washington is coming off a monster year on the film side, starting with his starring gig in “BlacKkKlansman,” which won best adapted screenplay at the Oscars. The role earned him rave reviews, as well as Golden Globe and SAG nominations for best actor. Washington also had strong performances in “The Old Man & the Gun” and “Monsters and Men.”

He is repped by WME.

dex14 03-20-19 08:57 AM

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The pieces of Christopher Nolan‘s next cinematic puzzle are starting to fall into place, as Robert Pattinson is poised to star opposite John David Washington in the next film from the director of Inception, Collider has exclusively learned.

With plot details being kept under wraps, little is known about the actual film, though Variety described it as “a massive, innovative action blockbuster” that will once again be shown in IMAX — no surprise given Nolan’s preference for the large-screen format. Nolan will produce alongside his wife and longtime collaborator, Emma Thomas, and Warner Bros. will release the movie on July 17, 2020, with production expected to start this summer.

My understanding is that Pattinson and Washington (BlacKkKlansman) will play the two leads, and there will also be an age-appropriate female lead, as well as an older male co-star. I don’t know if there’s a love triangle in play here, or whether Pattinson and Washington will be friends or enemies, so just like all of you, I can’t wait to find out what Nolan’s next movie is actually about. There’s speculation that the film could be a sequel of sorts to Inception, and while I don’t expect that to be the case — outside of his Batman trilogy, Nolan has eschewed franchise fare, including sequels — I suppose anything is possible. You never know with Nolan, who’s coming off of 2017’s Dunkirk, which brought him his first Oscar nomination as a director and grossed $526 million worldwide, so the world (and Hollywood especially) is his oyster.

To that end, every actor in town is eager to work with Nolan, and I can’t imagine a scenario in which Pattinson would turn him down here, plus his schedule can accommodate a long shoot. Pattinson, for his part, has been working towards this moment ever since 2012, when he said goodbye to the star-making role of Edward Cullen in the Twilight franchise. Those films made Pattinson an international celebrity and afforded him the opportunity to pick and choose his follow-up projects, which he did very, very carefully.
Robert Pattinson Poised to Star in Christopher Nolan's Next Movie | Collider

RichC2 03-20-19 10:19 AM

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Welp, I'll be there. His movies aren't perfect, but they never fail to interest me.

devilshalo 03-20-19 01:30 PM

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Elizabeth Debicki Joins Christopher Nolan’s Next Film (EXCLUSIVE)
By JUSTIN KROLL

Elizabeth Debicki and Robert Pattinson are on board to co-star with John David Washington in Christopher Nolan’s next movie, Variety has learned.

Nolan recently finished the script for the currently untitled film and Warner Bros. quickly dated it for July 17, 2020 — a slot the studio often reserves for the director, most recently with “Dunkirk.” Not only was that film a success at the box office, bringing in $526 million worldwide, but it also earned Nolan an Oscar nomination for director, his first in the category.

The project has become one of the more highly coveted ones in Hollywood, even though most of the industry has been kept in the dark about everything from casting to plot details. One insider described the pic as a massive action blockbuster, which will again be shown in Imax.

Nolan is also producing along with his partner Emma Thomas. Production is set to commence later this year.

Debicki is coming off a huge year, having starred in Netflix’s “Cloverfield Paradox” and “Widows” while also voicing a character in “Peter Rabbit.” She recently wrapped production on the upcoming HBO horror series “Lovecraft Country.” She is repped by CAA and United Agents.

Pattinson has a busy 2019 ahead of him with Robert Eggers’ “The Lighthouse,” “The King” at Netflix, and “Waiting for the Barbarians” all expected to bow this year. He can next be seen in Claire Denis’ “High Life.”

He is repped by WME, the Curtis Brown Group, and 3 Arts Entertainment. The Pattinson news was first reported by Collider.

dex14 03-20-19 01:30 PM

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Elizabeth Debicki and Robert Pattinson are on board to co-star with John David Washington in Christopher Nolan’s next movie, Variety has learned.

Nolan recently finished the script for the currently untitled film and Warner Bros. quickly dated it for July 17, 2020 — a slot the studio often reserves for the director, most recently with “Dunkirk.” Not only was that film a success at the box office, bringing in $526 million worldwide, but it also earned Nolan an Oscar nomination for director, his first in the category.

The project has become one of the more highly coveted ones in Hollywood, even though most of the industry has been kept in the dark about everything from casting to plot details. One insider described the pic as a massive action blockbuster, which will again be shown in Imax.

Nolan is also producing along with his partner Emma Thomas. Production is set to commence later this year.

Debicki is coming off a huge year, having starred in Netflix’s “Cloverfield Paradox” and “Widows” while also voicing a character in “Peter Rabbit.” She recently wrapped production on the upcoming HBO horror series “Lovecraft Country.” She is repped by CAA and United Agents.

Pattinson has a busy 2019 ahead of him with Robert Eggers’ “The Lighthouse,” “The King” at Netflix, and “Waiting for the Barbarians” all expected to bow this year. He can next be seen in Claire Denis’ “High Life.”

He is repped by WME, the Curtis Brown Group, and 3 Arts Entertainment. The Pattinson news was first reported by Collider.
https://variety.com/2019/film/news/e...7WXQOhzY-6QBYY

devilshalo 04-05-19 06:36 PM

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APRIL 05, 2019 12:27pm PT by Borys Kit
Christopher Nolan Taps 'Hereditary' Editor Jennifer Lame for His New Movie (Exclusive)
Nolan's regular editor is off working on Sam Mendes' war epic '1917.'

For the first time in a decade and a half, Christopher Nolan will have a new picture editor.

Jennifer Lame, who last worked on horror indie hit Hereditary, has been tapped to serve as editor on Nolan’s latest project, an untitled action adventure that is to star John David Washington, Elizabeth Debicki and Robert Pattinson.

Nolan’s main man has been Lee Smith, the Australian editor who first collaborated with Nolan on 2005’s Batman Begins. That started a relationship that lasted through The Prestige, The Dark Knight, Inception, The Dark Knight Rises, Interstellar and, most recently, Dunkirk. Smith won an Oscar for the 2018 movie, as well as the American Cinema Editors’ Eddie Award, and gathered a nomination for Dark Knight.

Smith, however, is unavailable because he just stepped into 1917, the World War I epic being made by Sam Mendes, with whom he previously worked on the 2015 James Bond movie, Spectre.

Entering the Nolan arena is a major movie for the WME-repped Lame, who has spent most of her career in the world of small-budgeted dramas and has been the go-to person for Noah Baumbach. She has worked with the filmmaker since 2012’s Frances Ha as well as on While We’re Young, Mistress America, The Meyerowitz Stories and his latest project, an untitled feature recently wrapped that stars Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver. Other credits include Paper Towns and Manchester by the Sea, with the latter earning her BAFTA, ACE and Spirit Awards for her editing work.

Little is known about the new Nolan project but sources have described it as a globe-trotting adventure that has shades of the mind-bending nature of Inception but does involve the time continuum.

stvn1974 04-05-19 06:38 PM

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Greatest hiring of an editor in the history of motion pictures. :clap:

GoldenJCJ 04-05-19 07:35 PM

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Originally Posted by stvn1974 (Post 13489304)
I hadn't planned on commenting in this thread because I don't plan on ever seeing this film. I haven't seen Dunkirk and have given up on Nolan.

If I was going to make a snarky comment I would write that this film will probably just be a bunch of scenes of exposition strewn together with Hans Zimmer's music blaring so loud that you can't understand half of it... but I won't.


Originally Posted by stvn1974 (Post 13528788)
Greatest hiring of an editor in the history of motion pictures. :clap:

I’m sure I speak for everyone when I say I’m shocked you couldn’t stay away.

dex14 04-05-19 08:35 PM

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Originally Posted by stvn1974 (Post 13528788)
Greatest hiring of an editor in the history of motion pictures. :clap:

You’ve been warned and suspended for this in the past. Give it a rest or it will happen again.

RichC2 04-05-19 08:43 PM

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Hereditary had excellent editing, so a good pick for sure.

Ash Ketchum 04-07-19 04:37 AM

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Originally Posted by dex14 (Post 13528839)

You’ve been warned and suspended for this in the past. Give it a rest or it will happen again.

Stvn1974 is the only reason I'd even click on a Nolan thread. Are you Nolan fanboys so fragile that you can't take a little mocking now and then? What's happening to this place? It's getting just as bad as Home Theater Forum.

Jaymole 04-07-19 05:38 AM

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Originally Posted by Ash Ketchum (Post 13529189)
Stvn1974 is the only reason I'd even click on a Nolan thread. Are you Nolan fanboys so fragile that you can't take a little mocking now and then? What's happening to this place? It's getting just as bad as Home Theater Forum.

Asian films suck!



















-biggrin-

TomOpus 04-07-19 06:52 AM

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Originally Posted by Ash Ketchum (Post 13529189)
Stvn1974 is the only reason I'd even click on a Nolan thread. Are you Nolan fanboys so fragile that you can't take a little mocking now and then? What's happening to this place? It's getting just as bad as Home Theater Forum.

So, you're not remotely inerested in discussing the thread topic but just want to stalk a certain member? That's bizarre behavoir and slightly creepy.

Ash Ketchum 04-07-19 07:43 AM

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Stvn1974's Nolan posts are often witty. That's not the same as trolling. And seeking a little wit is not the same as "stalking." -screwy-

rocket1312 04-07-19 08:38 AM

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Who wants to update the list of things from this century that Ash actually likes? I've got:

1. Kill Bill vol.1
2. Pokemon movies
3. Any Asian female Power Ranger
4. Stvn1974's Nolan "jokes"

Did I miss anything?

GoldenJCJ 04-07-19 09:08 AM

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Ash needs to look up the definition of a “troll”. And while he’s got the dictionary open, he should probably look up the definition of “witty” as well.

dex14 04-07-19 09:52 AM

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Originally Posted by rocket1312 (Post 13529214)
Did I miss anything?

I’d put money on Hentai.

E Unit 04-07-19 09:57 AM

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:lol:

Why So Blu? 04-07-19 10:13 AM

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Originally Posted by Ash Ketchum (Post 13529189)
Stvn1974 is the only reason I'd even click on a Nolan thread. Are you Nolan fanboys so fragile that you can't take a little mocking now and then? What's happening to this place? It's getting just as bad as Home Theater Forum.


https://cimg9.ibsrv.net/gimg/dvdtalk...8adf51458b.gif

Ash Ketchum 04-07-19 11:45 PM

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Originally Posted by GoldenJCJ (Post 13529218)
Ash needs to look up the definition of a “troll”. And while he’s got the dictionary open, he should probably look up the definition of “witty” as well.

I guess I do. Where you guys saw trolling or thread-crapping, I saw someone deciding to have a little fun with you. If I'm the only one who saw it that way, then I guess I'm wrong.

GoldenJCJ 04-08-19 07:42 AM

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Originally Posted by Ash Ketchum (Post 13529512)
I guess I do. Where you guys saw trolling or thread-crapping, I saw someone deciding to have a little fun with you. If I'm the only one who saw it that way, then I guess I'm wrong.

:up:
To compare, just take a look at the Joker thread. There’s plenty of differing opinions. Even some light hearted name calling going around. But none of it has risen to the point of “Trolling,” IMO.

Granted, that could all change with one or two posts but right now it’s staying argumentatively civil.

TomOpus 05-22-19 11:53 AM

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It now has a title: Tenet

https://heroichollywood.com/christop...dg2iD-Ku7eyCo0

dex14 05-22-19 11:53 AM

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Warner Bros said Wednesday that shooting has begun on Tenet, which is now officially the title of Christopher Nolan’s secretive next movie. It also has added Michael Caine, Dunkirk‘s Kenneth Branagh, Dimple Kapadia, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Clémence Poésy to and ensemble cast topped by John David Washington along with Robert Pattinson and Elizabeth Debicki.

The film, Nolan’s first feature since 2017’s Oscar-nominated Dunkirk, is being described as an action epic evolving around the world of international espionage. He wrote the original screenplay and shooting spanning seven countries is now underway. The studio has already set a July 17, 2020 release date for it.

Nolan and Emma Thomas are producing, with Thomas Hayslip executive producer. The Tenet team includes Dunkirk‘s director of photography Hoyte van Hoytema (shooting in a mix of Imax and 70mm) and editor Jennifer Lame, production designer Nathan Crowley, costume designer Jeffrey Kurland and VFX supervisor Andrew Jackson.

The score is being composed by Black Panther Oscar winner Ludwig Göransson.

Nolan’s Dunkirk was nominated for eight Oscars in 2018 including Best Picture and won three — for Film Editing, Sound Editing and Sound Mixing.
https://deadline.com/2019/05/christo...VamXcd9ytiyVcA

E Unit 05-22-19 12:25 PM

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Damn, now that's a good cast.

Troy Stiffler 05-22-19 06:10 PM

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The mystery surrounding his movies is always a joy. Looking forward to learning more.

dex14 07-01-19 11:48 AM

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https://cimg8.ibsrv.net/gimg/dvdtalk...4aaf51eeea.jpg
https://cimg9.ibsrv.net/gimg/dvdtalk...788dc70c18.jpg

The budget on this is reportedly $220mil+.

dex14 08-01-19 06:16 PM

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They just played a super short teaser for this in front of Hobbs and Shaw. A year in advance. :lol:

I just realized the title is a palindrome. I wonder if that factors in somehow.


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